I kinda have an obsession with ribbon of all types… rich silks, sweet grosgrain, textured taffeta. I love it all. I can think of a million uses for ribbon in not only weddings, but everyday life. For now, a few ways to tie ribbons into your wedding.
- Wrapped around a boutonniere, ribbon can add a splash of color or whimsy.
Green and white bout from Knottie PDXDFWbride; blue and green bout source unknown
- Ribbon makes a great accent to wedding stationery, whether as a belly band as an alternative to pocketfolds, or just a decorative touch.
- Ribbon-edged ring pillows are a great way to tie in colors or add a little pattern into your decor
Pillows from Martha Stewart
- Lots of ribbons cascading from a bouquet makes quite the statement. I absolutely love it.
Gorgeous bouquet by the genius Ariella Chezar
- I’m loving this idea of wrapping simple canisters with bands of ribbon.
- My very favorite ribbon idea today… ribbons blowing in the breeze at an otherwise undecorated ceremony site. This is elegant simplicity at its best.
This brilliant idea brought to you by Elegant Engagements
I hope this goes to prove that something as simple as ribbon can really transform! It doesn’t have to be an over-the-top smattering of bows, just something as easy as wrapping a coffee can with a few ribbons or tying a small bow to an invitation. Just play around with different ribbon and see what you can come up with!